Finding these will be tricky, for in the area it’s borderline for their breeding grounds in the summer months, to being here all year round. You’ll know it’s this bird, however, when you see the rusted colored feathers on its breast and blue elsewhere. In the photo provided, we are depicting a female Eastern Bluebird. The males tend to look brown-grayish from a distance. The beak of this bird is straight, and dons an alert posture most of the time.
Bird’s song (courtesy of TheCornellLab)